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Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Bavaria

Neuschwanstein Castle Neuschwanstein Castle
Neuschwanstein Castle
Neuschwanstein
2:00
New Art Gallery New Art Gallery
New Art Gallery
München
3:00
Zugspitze Zugspitze
Zugspitze
Garmisch-Partenkirchen
2:00
Deutsches Museum Deutsches Museum
Deutsches Museum
München
3:00
Zugspitze Zugspitze
Zugspitze
Ehrwald
2:00
Deutsche Alpenstraßee Deutsche Alpenstraßee
Deutsche Alpenstraßee
Lindau im Bodensee

Our reports

Munich and its beer gardens

The Bavarian capital is not only famous for its Beer Festival but also for its countless “Biergärten”, shaded beer gardens where the Müncheners come to down a glass of cool beer and sample regional specialties.

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Exploring Bavaria’s castles

Ludwig II of Bavaria was a solitary dreamer, little interested in affairs of state who devoted his brief reign to edifying extravagant projects in the shape of ever grander and more luxurious castles. Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee, three palaces he built during his lifetime, bear witness to both the ambition and the eccentricity that characterised this “fairy tale king”.

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Nuremberg’s Christmas Market: the Bratwurst tradition lives on

The roasted German sausage called bratwurst is the big star at Nuremberg’s Christmas Market. Bratwurst can also be savoured year ‘round in the city’s many traditional restaurants.
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